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									Microsoft Axapta

“Functionality” slides for TDM sales presentation

Microsoft Axapta Base Package

The base package provides a foundation of:
• One user
• Three company accounts
• Three dimensions
• Unlimited virtual companies
• One language
• Security and user management capabilities
• Menu and form designer with IntelliMorph
• One Microsoft Axapta Application Object Server

Microsoft Axapta Base Package

The base package includes one language
• Used to present the user interface

• Online help

• Forms, reports and menus

• Printed reports

• Invoices, purchase and sales orders

• Additional languages can be licensed.

Microsoft Axapta Base Package
Languages Available:
•   Danish                                              •    Italian (standard)
•   Dutch (standard)                                    •    Italian (Switzerland)
•   Dutch (Belgium)                                     •    Norwegian (Bokman)
•   English (US)                                        •    Portuguese (standard)
•   English (UK)                                        •    Spanish (Spain-modern)
•   English (Australia)                                 •    Swedish
•   English (Ireland)                                   •    Thai
•   English (South Africa)                              •    Czech
•   Finnish                                             •    Estonian
•   French (standard)                                   •    Hungarian
•   French (Belgium)                                    •    Latvian
•   French (Switzerland)                                •    Lithuanian
•   German (standard)                                   •    Polish
•   German (Austria)                                    •    Russian
•   Icelandic                                           •    Turkish

More languages than these may be available from VARs or Microsoft Certified Business Solutions Partners.

Microsoft Axapta Database

•   All business information is stored in a single
    •   Simple, all-in-one architecture
    •   Easier maintenance and upgrades
    •   Leads to lower TCO
    •   No database synchronization means lower risk of data corruption
•   Supported databases:
    •   Microsoft SQL Server 2000®
    •   Oracle 9i

Microsoft Axapta System Configuration

• All Microsoft Axapta functionality is installed with
  initial implementation
• License keys unlock functionality you choose
• Unused functionality is hidden, not deleted
   •   Just enter new license keys to access new functionality
   •   Leads to faster implementation and lower upgrade costs
• Build and control fields and forms easily
• Simple enough for users to learn to configure their
   own systems, saves on IT resources

Microsoft Axapta Application Object Server
2-tier and 3-tier support
•   3-tier thin client
      •   Lower requirements for client machinery and bandwidth
      •   Improved database security
•   3-tier rich client
      •   Leverage greater hardware capacity of powerful client computers
      •   Ideal for batch execution and high-demand users
•   2-tier and 3-tier mixed environment
•   Takes advantage of a mix of different hardware, using each computer's capacity to its full
•   Ideal for companies with mixed user needs (some heavy, some light needs)
Cluster Technology
•   Automatically balance users between servers in the cluster
•   Increase redundancy and capacity, simply by adding extra AOS servers.
•   If one server fails, clients only have to reconnect to continue working, reducing downtime
Remote Site and User Support
•   Remote sites and users use AOS to connect to a central or headquarters Microsoft Axapta
    solution through a WAN
Web Deployment
•   Install, update, configure or launch Microsoft Axapta by the touch of a button
•   An ActiveX component on a Web page shows the status of the local installation
Financial Management

•   Financials I
•   Financials II
•   Electronic Banking
•   Fixed Assets

Financial Management
General Ledger
• Manage accounting periods and use a reliable year-end procedure
  including a closing sheet
• Multiple configurable journals with approval capability
• Extensive posting control system
• Handle multi-currency and exchange adjustment
• Multiple structured budget
• Extensive and flexible tax module feature
• Book transactions across companies
• Cash flow forecasting and currency requirement calculation allows
  projection of future transactions based on commitments
• Consolidate either online or through data exports and imports between
• Redistribute amounts automatically, according to predefined setups of
  accounts, dimensions and percentages (Financials II)

Financial Management
Bank Management
•  Bank account reconciliation, including bank account statement electronic import (for
   selected countries )
•  Handling of check and monitoring of deposits, draft, and payments in general
Accounts Receivable
•  Monitor credit checks
•  Flexible terms of payment, including advanced payment schedules and cash
•  Free text invoicing (non stock invoicing)
•  Advanced collection letter and interest calculation
•  Payment journal with payment proposal features
•  Multiple currency handling and exchange rate adjustment
Accounts Payable
•  Flexible terms of payment, including advanced payment schedules and cash
•  Multiple invoice entry options, such as separate handling of approved and
   unapproved invoices, and matching invoices to physical deliveries
•  Payment journal with payment proposal features
•  Multi-currency handling and exchange rate adjustment

Financial Management
Electronic Banking and Fixed Assets

Electronic Banking
• Supports the import and export of payment files to
   financial institutions in several countries
• Functionality is spread across accounts receivable,
   accounts payable and bank management
Fixed Assets Management
• Fixed assets budgeting

• Multiple depreciation models

• Integrated to purchasing and inventory functionality

• Bar code handling

Financial Management

•   Dimensions values are applied and stored at the
    transaction level
•   Data can be aggregated by dimensions when
    running reports and inquiries
•   OLAP cubes use dimensions to analyze business
    data even further
    •   (covered in more detail later in Business Analysis)
•   Rules can be set on accounts to control postings to
    the General Ledger, according to the dimensions
•   Default dimensions can be set on base data, such
    as ledger accounts and customer accounts

Supply Chain Management

•   Trade
•   Intercompany
•   Logistics
•   Product Builder I, II, III, IV
•   Production I, II, III
•   Master Planning
•   Shop Floor Control I, II, III
•   Warehouse Management I, II

Supply Chain Management
•   Initiate purchase order from:
     •   Production orders
     •   Sales orders
     •   Inventory coverage rules
•   Generate a price calculation in real-time
•   Compare cost prices against revenue
•   Create credit notes from invoice journals
•   Get a notification of backorders when receiving goods
•   Print backorder information on delivery documentation and invoices
•   Automatically substitute unavailable items with alternate items
•   Cost price principles: FIFO, LIFO, standard cost price, and
    weighted average
•   Easy reconciliation of inventory values versus ledger transactions
•   Use tag counting and transfer to counting journal
•   Trade Agreements (separate module)

Supply Chain Management

•   Instantly create and update inter-company sales
    orders from purchase orders and vice versa
•   Receive items automatically, based on the selling
    subsidiary‟s delivery note
•   Invoice items automatically, based on the selling
    subsidiary‟s invoice
•   Make stock-on-hand inquiries in all subsidiaries

Supply Chain Management
•   Enter and edit sales and purchase forecasts
•   Describe any item using configuration, size and color
•   Describe storage by using warehouse, pallets and locations
•   Track items using the serial and batch number dimensions
•   Get an overview of current on-hand inventory per warehouse
•   Get current on-hand situation by looking at any item or
    storage dimension
•   Automatic or manual quarantine orders
•   Calculate the ABC analysis based on: revenue, cost value,
    margin, and carrying costs, with user-defined limits
•   Maintain multiple barcodes per item
•   Maintain multi-level BOMs, with version and date control
•   BOM explosion for materials planning and pricing calculation
•   Drag and drop graphical suite for designing BOMs

Supply Chain Management
Product Builder
Product Builder I- Product Configuration
•   Integrated with sales orders, purchase orders and production
•   Customized interface for every user, showing only product options that apply to them
•   Let each customer configure their own products
•   Set default values for variables
•   Reuse data from previous configurations
•   Generate item numbers based on the model variables
•   Base price calculations on customers‟ choice of variables from product models
•   Export or import product models
•   Use sub models that inherit variables from top to bottom and visa versa
Product Builder II- Validation Rules
•   Validate values and display an error message built from the condition
•   Create rules that govern the allowed content of variables
•   When a customer makes a product configuration choice, other configuration options are turned on
    or off automatically
Product Builder III- Routing Integration
•   Create production specific routes and job cards for each configured item
•   Default routes, as templates for the routes created in the product model
•   Complete default route in product model
Product Builder IV- Advanced Configurations
•   Access all the tables and classes in your Microsoft Axapta installation
•   Create complex formulas for tasks such as the calculation of raw material consumption
•   Create advanced calculations using X++ programming language.

Supply Chain Management
Production I
•   Production orders can be categorized into pools for scheduling or groups to be posted in the
    General Ledger
•   A standard production Bill of Materials (BOM) is copied to the production order
•   A graphical BOM display gives a visual representation of changes you make to create “what
    if” scenarios
•   Production scheduling can be done forward or backward with different dates
•   All production consumption is reported through journals
Production II (Routing Management)
•   Route complexity- plan simple, sequential routes, or complex networks of routes
•   Finite or infinite scheduling, forwards and backwards from various dates
•   Describe each operation component in the production route by many descriptors
•   Calculate expected waste per operation as a percentage, both by individual operation and
    by accumulated scrap over the whole production process
•   Track detailed costs related to resources and throughput
Production III (Shop Management)
•   Gantt chart gives you a graphical presentation of your production schedules
•   Reschedule jobs simply by dragging and dropping in the Gantt chart
•   Task Groups let you use alternative work centers in case of scheduling overloads
•   By rescheduling jobs to avoid bottlenecks, Microsoft Axapta automatically reschedules the
    rest of the route to reflect the new capacity loads
•   Track setup or process job per operation, and report consumption based on job number
•   Set up jobs that require the same work center to all reach that work center concurrently
Supply Chain Management
Master Planning
Forecast Scheduling and Master Planning
•   Get an overview of longer-term purchase, production and resource requirements
    based multiple forecast scenarios
•   Create multiple plans for short term master scheduling
Coverage Groups- attach different time fence controls to different items
Scheduling Methods
•   Operations scheduling schedules operations and lead times by day
•   Job scheduling schedules operations by day and time
•   Future messages flag orders that cannot be delivered on the requested date. The
    future message shows the earliest possible delivery date based on materials and
    capacity requirements.
•   Action messages suggest changes to existing orders and planned orders to confirm
    adequate quantity in inventory to meet requirements
Order Promising
•   Available-to-promise (ATP): calculates delivery date based on available inventory and
    current production orders
•   Capable-to-promise (CTP): calculates delivery date based on available materials and
    production capacity
•   Tie sales proposals to planning materials (requires Axapta CRM)

Supply Chain Management
Shop Floor Control
Shop Floor Control I (Time and Attendance)
•  Set rules for flexible working hours, while maintaining control of total
   employee hours job, including collection and management of overtime
•  Two step validation to check time calculation and approval status
Shop Floor Control II (Job Registration)
•  Bundle jobs, so the same employee can work on simultaneous jobs
•  Create a team function, by appointing a „pilot‟ or team leader
•  Register non-productive time
•  Track progress on jobs, and simulate completion time based on current
Shop Floor Control III (Payroll Generating)
•  Categorize payroll data into pay categories
•  Track payment data for piecework jobs
•  Generate payroll statistics
•  Allocate payroll expenses to individual production jobs or to projects

Supply Chain Management
Warehouse Management
Warehouse Management I
• Eight different dimensions, such as warehouse, location, pallets, item origin
  and configuration,
Warehouse Management II
• Placement and storage
     •   Specify different location and storage policies at both the warehouse level and the item level
     •   Random location storage functions determine the storage location based on rules regarding size,
         volume and height
•   Warehouse zones and locations
     •   Organize warehouses into storage zones in order to prioritize selection of locations for incoming
     •   Specify warehouse locations on five levels: warehouse, aisle, rack, shelf and bin
•   Shipments
     •   Point out orders that can be shipped together to reduce total picking time
     •   Consolidate shipments of multiple sales orders placed by the same customer
     •   Derive output orders from sales order lines or production order lines
•   Pallet transports
     •   Create pallet transports to move groups of items within and between warehouses
•   Bar coding
     •   Print pallet label, location label and bill of lading labels that include bar codes for automatic tracking

Project Accounting

•   Project Accounting I
•   Project Accounting II

Project Accounting
Project Accounting I
Registration and data entry
•   Itemize costs, hours and materials consumed and enter them into the journal
•   Invoice each project or project group, and retain itemized time and resource costs
•   Sub projects can also be invoiced separately or together
•   Set internal approval procedures for invoices
•   Track prepayments and apply them to future invoices
•   Enter project costs directly into Accounts Payable or Purchase Orders
Project management
•   Break down the time and materials used on projects and assign individual hours or items to
•   Save project structures, so that budgets, sub-projects and activities can be copied from
    previous projects
•   Schedule tasks and allocate resources and capacity to future tasks
•   Apply dimensions to every transaction in a project
•   Post transactions specific ledger accounts depending on pre-set criteria
Inquiry and reporting
•   A report generator allows extended reporting with load and save capabilities
•   A statistic form compares project budgets to consumption over time
•   Follow transaction needs for a single project or group of projects

Project Accounting
Project Accounting II
Large contract management
•  Manage fixed price projects or projects with a mix of fixed price and time
   and materials components
•  Book costs and revenue at intervals as the project progresses, only upon
   project completion
Work-in-progress projects
•  Specify work-in-progress (WIP) accounts to collect transactions that don‟t
   affect the profit and loss statement during the course of the project
•  Track projects that use WIP accounts and move transactions between WIP
   accounts and the General Ledger
Project costs and performance
•  Calculate consumption on individual cost groups
•  Apply a choice of 14 posting principles to internal, time and material, and
   fixed-price projects
•  Control types can be set so employees can only enter data for categories
   or projects that are relevant to their jobs

Customer Relationship Management

•   Sales Force Automation
•   Sales Management
•   Marketing Automation
•   Telemarketing

Customer Relationship Management
Sales Force Automation
Contact Management
•   Store information on prospects, customers, vendors, and other business contacts
•   Register activities associated with the sales process
•   Synchronize appointments and tasks with Microsoft Outlook
•   Drag and drop from Windows Explorer and Microsoft Outlook into Microsoft Axapta
•   Track all additions, changes and deletions to contact and sales process information
•   Track all mailings, telephone and e-mail communications
•   Contact groups of customers based on selected criteria applied to customer data
Sales Process Management
•   Generate leads by importing them from external sources, then allocate responsibility
    for leads to your sales staff and track the quality of leads
•   Extend offers to groups of leads, based on customized profiles
•   Easy access to sales-related information throughout the system
•   Track the effectiveness of sales and marketing staff
•   Assign probability percentages to your sales quotations

Customer Relationship Management
Sales Management
Sales staff budgeting
• Define sales targets for individuals and teams
• Automatically compare sales figures with budgets, to
  measure sales performance
• View sales performance by multiple selected dimensions, to
  aid sales flow analysis
Management Statistics
• Manage and monitor the activities of sales teams
• Track the status of sales activities, including pending sales
  quotations and lead management
• Track the performance and activities of specific sales people
• Display sales data graphically to simplify analysis
• Export sales data and graphics to external applications

Customer Relationship Management
Marketing Automation
Communications management
•  Create campaigns based on sales and demographic information
•  Assign communications tasks to sales or marketing staff based on responsibilities
   and specializations
•  Link campaigns, questionnaires, projects and Web responses
•  Divide campaigns into sub-campaigns, to reach more specific audiences
•  Link campaigns to projects and record financial data about campaign execution
   (requires Microsoft Axapta Project I)
•  Broadcast campaigns over e-mail, Web, faxes, mailings and phone
•  Use old campaign structures as templates for new campaigns
Marketing encyclopedia
•  Common repository for all of your sales and marketing collateral
•  Exchange sales and marketing knowledge
•  Review sales material such as information on product line, products and price lists
•  Categorize sales and marketing materials for quick access (i.e. product line, white
   papers, graphics, and videos)
•  Access information in the encyclopedia that supports Web links, audio/video clips,
   presentations and graphical software
•  Track competitor information and trends with competitor websites for review

Customer Relationship Management
•   Create call lists based on contacts in business relation and
    contacts table
•   Integration between campaigns and call list
•   Integrate questionnaire data in the sales process
•   Use Questionnaire to build custom call scripts, to guide staff
    through phone call interactions
•   A telemarketing window contains all the relevant information
    marketing and customer support specialists need
•   Full call logging that includes time, date, duration, caller etc.
•   Extract customer groups and allocate responsibility for calls
    across your telemarketing or phone support staff
•   Analyze employee performance and call statistics

Human Resource Management

•   Human Resource Management I
•   Human Resource Management II
•   Human Resource Management III

Human Resource Management
Human Resource Management I
Core Human Resource Management
•  Core human resource management administrative functionality
•  Store payroll information, historical data, job and position
•  Register benefits
•  Manage loaned items
•  Compare actual employee skills to skill targets
•  Generate reports for follow-up, reporting and decision support
•  Manage line, matrix and project organizations
•  Maintain organizational structure and create new business units
•  Visual, function-oriented organizational charts

Human Resource Management
Human Resource Management II
•  Administer position groups and positions or jobs
•  Create job profiles and describe roles and requirements
•  Manage the recruitment process
•  Automate correspondence through integration with Microsoft Word
•  Microsoft Outlook integration support for interview administration
•  Statistical overviews of the recruitment process
•  Measure media response
Absence Management
•  Define multiple absence categories
•  Register absences individually and collectively
•  Statistical and graphical presentation of absence data

Human Resource Management
Human Resource Management III
Employee development
• Personal development plan with activities and deadlines
• Periodic interview management
• Microsoft Outlook integration support for interview administration
Competence management
• Graphical tools for skill-gap analysis
• Skill-gap analysis based on job profiles and skill assessment
• Skill searches support filtering and weighting of skills
Course administration
• Register course details, instructors, participants and locations
• Manage training agendas, tracks and sessions
• Link course completion and CV or resume information
• A participant list captures participants‟ training history
• Reports for waiting list, confirmation and certificates

Other Microsoft Axapta Functionality

•   Balanced Scorecard
•   Business Process Management
•   Questionnaire I
•   Questionnaire II
•   Business Analysis
•   E-Business: Enterprise Portal
•   E-Business: Commerce Gateway
•   Microsoft Axapta Development Tools

Balanced Scorecard

Knowledge account plan
•   Create a structure and overview of your Balanced Scorecard
•   Set up Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
•   Compare KPI target to actual KPI results
•   Group business information within perspectives such as “customers,” “internal processes,”
    “organization” and “financial”
•   Link KPIs to organizational units through Human Resource Management I
•   Use a measurement wizard to easily query on data and define KPI measurements
•   Link KPIs to data either manually, from within Microsoft Axapta, or from an external data
•   Built-in tools help you define and control the consistency of your methods when designing
Periodic measurements
•   Run automatic measurements and reporting
•   Simulate future KPI results using different performance scenarios
Reporting and statistical analysis
•   Customize the graphical presentation of each KPI
•   Target performance information towards a specific management team, by selecting specific
    KPIs for specific team members

Business Process Management

Strategic planning
•   Create a strategic plan step-by-step
•   Identify status and end results
•   Register SWOT analysis results
•   Break-down visions to define goals and milestones
•   Plan and follow-up with actions on initiatives
•   Link to action management and KPIs in Microsoft Axapta Balanced Scorecard
•   Define templates for strategic plans
•   Link strategic plans to organizational units in Human Resource Management I
Action management
•   Use detailed information on responsibilities, time, priorities and status
•   Register actions
•   Track responses to actions and how different actions are related
•   Structure responses and generate diverted actions
•   Send actions as email or create as tasks in Microsoft Outlook
•   Implement process design by using action templates
•   Create actions with action planning, and distribute to the responsible people


Questionnaire I
•  Design and deploy surveys rapidly
•  Each question is linked to an answer mode identified by text, date, numeric value or an answer
   collection defined by the questionnaire administrator
•  Enable free-text answers to any type of question.
•  Openly define response options
•  Accompany questions by rich media (pictures, audio video, etc.)
•  Design a question with sub-questions
•  Set up questionnaires with a branching structure, so that the questions a user sees depend on the
   answers to previous questions in the survey
•  Get a response history by questionnaire and individual
•  Get a result report, answer report and “wrong answers” report
•  Questionnaire Web portal (requires Enterprise Portal framework)
      •   Easy Web execution of surveys through Microsoft Axapta Enterprise Portal
      •   View and analyze results online
Questionnaire II
•  Manage questionnaire planning
•  Plan and distribute surveys to selected respondents
•  Mail correspondence to all respondents about the survey
•  Break down survey results by the demographics of respondents.
•  Display results graphically, with pivot tables and pivot graphics.

Business Analysis

Business Analysis
•  Generate OLAP cubes to analyze business data by many
   dimensions or combinations of dimensions
•  View OLAP cubes within Microsoft Axapta or in Microsoft Excel,
   using pivot tables to visualize the data in different ways
•  Full control of the analysis server and OLAP database from within
   Microsoft Axapta
Microsoft Analysis Server
•  Available on the Microsoft SQL Server 2000
•  Full synchronization with Microsoft Axapta
•  Create, maintain and control OLAP databases and cubes
Generate OLAP cubes
•  Create cubes in multiple currencies and languages
•  Periodic batch update possible for all cubes
Security and configuration
•  Controls access to cubes through user permissions and setup

Enterprise Portal
Enterprise Portal Framework
Enterprise Portal platform
•   Simple, browser-based user interface and intuitive controls
•   Supports intranet for internal employees, extranet for business-to-customer or business-to-
    business communication
•   Delivers Microsoft Axapta business data and business logic in real-time
•   Develop Web functionality using the standard MorphX development environment, no extra Web
    tools are necessary
•   Rapid deployment using Web site wizard
•   Multiple languages and currencies are also available to remote users
•   A data crawler automatically builds a searchable full-text index, so users can run back office data
•   Access Microsoft Exchange information without the need for plug-ins or ActiveX
•   Remote users can access information from Microsoft Outlook while on the road
•   Incorporate content from information sources, other back office and front office systems using Web
    Parts and XML
Role and permission management
•   Every user can personalize their Web portal to display the controls, functionality and information
    they need to do their job
•   Use roles to personalize the structure, information and functionality of Web portals for users
Content management
•   Flexible definition of content management topics
•   Online editing and publishing of articles
•   Proofreading and moderation support

Enterprise Portal
Enterprise Portal Roles
Employee Role
•   View a phone book
•   View a department list
Sales Representative Role
•   View and maintain your business relations, reports and contact persons.
•   Create quotations, sales orders
•   Perform price queries
Customer Role
•   Sign up as a customer and access the product catalogue
•   Answer a survey or respond to a campaign survey
•   View your account, purchase orders and invoices
Vendor Role
•   Vendors can change existing contact persons and create new ones
•   Vendors can view and edit each purchase order with your company
•   Vendors can view details about all the items they deliver to your company
•   View details of selected journals
•   A supply performance function shows vendor performance
Consultant Role
•   Timesheet registration on projects
•   Invoiced transactions and invoice proposals
•   Transactions for hours, costs, revenue, item and on-accounts
•   Hour statements for projects
Enterprise Portal
Enterprise Portal Functionality
Questionnaire for Enterprise Portal
•   Deploy questionnaires easily, over corporate intranets and external Web sites
•   Respondents can answer surveys over the Internet
•   Administrators can view completed questionnaires over the Internet
Human Resource Management for Enterprise Portal
•   View line, matrix and project organization, and position information
•   Users can view and maintain their own personal information
•   View and create emergency contacts
•   Managers can view and update personal information on team members
Customer Relationship Management for Enterprise Portal
•   View and create all types of business relations and their contact persons
•   Sort business relations based upon type (customer, vendor, competitor, lead, prospect etc)
•   View and create contact person
•   Create and view CRM quotations
•   Perform price queries for your CRM quotations
Product Builder for Enterprise Portal
•   Customers can configure products over the Internet, using your pre-selected product models
Performance Management for Enterprise Portal
•   Users can view their performance related to past KPIs and progress towards current KPIs
•   View strategic plans linked to KPIs
•   Make online calculations of performance data
•   Use online visual cockpits to concentrate performance information
Commerce Gateway

Commerce Gateway
• Flexible options for setting up rules that govern electronic communications
  with your business partners
• Exchange documents instantly and automatically, based on a set schedule
  or an event
• Integrate your business processes with your business partners‟ processes.
     •   One example: purchasing department can send purchase orders to vendors‟ sales department
         automatically using the Internet

Microsoft BizTalk Capabilities
•  Set up content-based routing
     •   Send electronic documents to the correct recipients based on the context of each document
•   Attach digital certificates to electronic documents to verify the authenticity
    of the documents
•   Send BizTalk Purchase Order
•   Receive BizTalk Sales Order
•   Send BizTalk Sales Invoice

Development Tools
MorphX Development Suite- Windows
Development tools for the Microsoft Windows client
•   Table browser                 •   ActiveX explorer
•   Visual MorphXplorer           •   Import/export objects
•   Code profiler                 •   Upgrade framework
•   Application Hierarchy Tree    •   Merging functionality
•   Cross references              •   Label system

MorphX Objects-
Objects can be created, modified and deleted with development tools
•  Tables                         •   Table Collections
•  Maps                           •   Macros
•  Views                          •   Forms
•  Extended Data Types            •   Reports
•  Base Enums                     •   Queries
•  Feature Keys                   •   Jobs
•  License Codes                  •   Menus
•  Configuraton Keys              •   Menu Items
•  Security Keys                  •   Online Help

Development Tools
MorphX for Web
Web development tools
• Drag and drop Microsoft Axapta elements from the AOT to
  Web projects
• A built-in Web page editor can support static as well as
  dynamic content from the Microsoft Axapta AOT

Multiple information sources
• Support for Web parts. This enables content and functionality
  from a wide range of sources to be embedded in user Web
  pages, for example Microsoft Outlook, MSN® Business
  News, and much more

Development Tools
X++ Source Code

•   Create, modify and delete X++ classes
•   Validate and monitor the functionality of your code
    with an integral X++ debugger
•   Customize and extend Microsoft Axapta to meet
    your exact business needs.
•   Reduce the time and costs involved with making
    system modifications


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